What is Akwaaba?
One of the most common words we’ve been hearing is “Akwaaba,” which means “Welcome,” in the Akan languages. Many Ghanaians, and basically all educated Ghanaians, speak very good English.
How do you say shut up in Twi?
shut up phrase
- ka w’ano tom | shut up (to an individual)
- monka mo ano ntom | shut up (to more than a single person)
What does Chale mean in Ghana?
Chale: Friend (Ga term) Chalewotey: the word for Flip-flops. ‘ Chale’ in Ga means friend or buddy and ‘Wote’ means ‘let’s go.’ So literally the word Chalewotey means ‘my friend let’s go’ and is a perfect description for the ease with which flip-flops are worn. ( Ga term)
How do you say hoe in Twi?
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How do you say my love in Ghana?
Me dɔ wo – I love you To say “I love you” in the Twi language simply substitute each English word in the sentence above for its Twi language equivalent . Me (I) + dɔ (love) + wo (you). Note: The letter “ɔ” is unique to the Akan language.
What does the name Kwasi mean?
Meaning. A handsome, confident, intelligent, and well rounded man.
What does Mati mean in Twi?
Yes, I hear/understand. Mati Wai. I hear/understand.
How do you respond to Akwaaba?
Akwaaba. Akwaaba is boldly inscribed on an overhead panel at Kotoka International Airport in Accra. It directly translates to mean ‘welcome’. If someone addresses you with this you should respond by saying ‘medaase’ (pronounced ‘me-daa-si’) which means ‘thank you’ in Twi.
What does Odo YEWU mean in Ghana?
Odo yewu means ” my Love ” something like DAT. Ghanaians are more local.it’s the only way to get fans here. # AfrobeatsGeeks.
What is Blackboard in Twi?
Twerɛ pono (Blackboard)
What does Medase mean?
It directly translates to mean ‘welcome’. If someone addresses you with this you should respond by saying ‘medaase’ (pronounced ‘me-daa-si’) which means ‘thank you’ in Twi. You are almost on your way to earning yourself a Ghanaian passport with this.
How do you say kiss in Twi?
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|Fe ano||Kiss (verb)|
|Fe m’ano||Kiss me|
|Sɔ me mu||Hold me|